atHand® Overbed Table System
The atHand® Bedside Table keeps everything conveniently in reach – bringing independence, safety and luxury comfort to your bedside or chair. This durable, adjustable table is the ideal product to have in your home for someone who experiences limited mobility. Whether you’re aging in place, recovering after surgery, or on medical or pregnancy-related bed rest, the atHand Overbed Table System is designed to give you independence, convenience, and save you money on in-home care or medical costs due to injury.
Did you know?
- Every 11 seconds, an older adult is treated in the emergency room due to a fall
- Every 19 minutes, a fall is fatal
- 87% of all fractures in the elderly are due to falls
- The average cost of a fall with an injury is about $14,000
- The average cost of in-home care is $21/hr and $21,840 annually
- A fall that leads to an extended stay in a nursing home costs on average over $7,000 per month
Save Money with Our Innovative and Versatile Overbed Table System
As you can see, accidental falls are a serious problem for those with limited mobility. In 2015, there were 29 million falls among senior citizens, 7 million injuries, 175,000 hospitalizations, and 27,000 deaths. And, when an older person falls, his or her hospital stay is almost twice as long as that of older patients who are admitted for any other reason.
So, ask yourself this – is an accidental fall or injury worth costing you thousands of dollars? The atHand Overbed Table System is designed to give you the independence to do more of what you love with ease and without injury.
2017 Caregiver Friendly® Award Winner!
“Wow, I can’t begin to express to you how impressed I am with your company and I will definitely recommend you to anybody that I know that may also have a need for such a table. It is so rare these days to have such a stand up company, that is customer and quality orientated.”
– Kristina, Caregiver to her grandmother
“Recently, I’ve noticed huge influx with patients going home right after surgery…with fresh hips, fresh knees, post-stroke. This table is great for them”
– Alexandria, Occupational Therapist
“I no longer have to worry about disturbing my wife or wear a headlight when I read at night”
– Levi, Diagnosed with MS
“Having all these compartments I think is fantastic. Having electrical outlets on it, additionally, is great. ‘Cause that was always an issue for us”
– Sherry, Caregiver to her Father
“A lot of my patients have decreased vision or range of motion—having their things close by is important”
– Renee, Home Healthcare Nurse
Smart Design for Convenience – and Safety
Adjust Your Lighting
Choose from three lighting levels, with two fully adjustable LED lights: one for reading, one for a nightlight.
Personalize Your Setup
Swivel, slide, and adjust the table height and lighting for your comfort and convenience. Rotate the tray table over the bed or chair when you need it, or tilt the light to just the right angle.
Power Your Devices, Safely
Avoid extension cords or straining to reach wall outlets with integrated USB and power outlets right in the table.
Store Your Necessities
Stow your must-haves nearby, but not out of sight, with one standard drawer. Further expand your storage with an additional shelf and/or drawer.
Clean and Store
The smooth design has no gaps or crevices, making cleaning easy for you or a caregiver to protect you from germs. The tray folds down for more versatile compact storage.
Strength and Stability
No need to worry about sagging or wobbling. Designed to hold up to 100 pounds, atHand is built from high-quality, durable materials.
Easily Roll to New Positions
Large, premium casters roll smoothly on carpet or hard floors. Two locking casters keep the table safely anchored in place when desired.
A Wide Base for Better Support
The wide base adds stability and safety. Whether it’s locked in place or rolled to a more convenient spot, you don’t have to worry about tipping.
Push or Pull with Handles
Two convenient handles make repositioning the table a snap, even if you have limited dexterity. A hook adds even more storage flexibility.